You will take the concepts you have learned up to this point and use them in a real-world application, creating a program that can convert amounts of currency. You will define and design your own functions, design an interactive script, and test these functions and script in the development of a currency converter. You will also explore how Python can be used to work with web services.
This course serves as a capstone experience to two courses: Python Fundamentals and User-Defined Functions in Python.
You will begin by examining several types of files and objects. You will then apply the concepts you have learned in the previous courses to solve a real-world business problem: auditing an organization's regulatory compliance. Working with heterogeneous data, you will first read a series of disparate data files and determine how to integrate the data. You will then write a sequence of scripts that pull information from these files and inform the user on whether the organization has fully complied with regulations.
This course serves as a capstone experience to five courses:
- Python Fundamentals
- User-Defined Functions in Python
- Developing a Currency Converter
- Establishing the Control Flow
- Mastering Data Structures